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Best Place To Break Up

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A particularly refined and sensitive creature, the Coast Reader is one to whom matters of etiquette are, quite rightly, paramount. For what is etiquette—the Coast Reader has often been heard to muse—if not the outward expression of our most precious humanity? To forego the social amenties is to risk oblivion. Nowhere is this more true than in relations with a potential love interest. Armed with this maxim, the Coast Reader is well equipped to brave the whirlygig of today’s so-called “modern” approach to romance. When you enjoy the attentions of a Coast Reader, they make you feel like the sun is shining down on you and you alone; then, later, if the sun should set, as the sun is apt to do, they will take you to the New Palace and they will break your heart, quickly, mercifully, with just the right words. 1721 Brunswick Street

Runner-up: The Dome

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